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What you need to know: You’ll need a Google Account, Google Cloud Platform Key, a device running the latest Google Android, and a web browser.
Google Cloud Messaging for Developers: Google Cloud Messengers is a free application for Google Cloud Developers (GCP) and its free trial version.
This is the version for developers who want to learn how to use the Google Cloud API.
You can download the free version of Google Cloud Messenger here: GoogleCloudMessenger.com Google Cloud Storage for Developers Google Cloud Storage is a paid Google application that can be used to store data on your computer or mobile device.
It’s designed for developers to store and retrieve information about Google Cloud APIs.
If you are using a smartphone or tablet with an Android device, you can use Google Cloud Search to search for, view, and upload data.
Google uses your device’s GPS to help identify you.
When you use Google Search on a mobile device, the device will show you search results on the home screen.
You can also use Google Analytics to monitor your activities on Google Cloud Services.
Learn more about Google Storage.
Google Messaging with a Chrome Extension: Chrome extension is a Chrome extension that lets you send and receive text messages and webpages.
Read more about how to get started with Chrome extension.
Google Search: Google Search lets you search the web using your smartphone or your tablet.
Download the Chrome extension here: Chrome.com/Google Search.
Microsoft Word for Developers Microsoft Word is a Microsoft Office suite for word processing, word processing macros, and spreadsheet programs.
To learn more about Microsoft Word for developers, see our Microsoft Word article.
Wordpad for Developers Wordpad is a Google Chrome extension for Wordpad, a Google Docs spreadsheet, and Wordpad for Teams.
See how to install Wordpad on a Chromebook here: Wordpad.com Microsoft OneNote for Developers OneNote is a powerful document management system.
To learn more, see how to setup OneNote on your Chromebook here.
Office 365 for Developers Office 365 for developers is a collaboration platform that lets developers create and share their work on a wide range of devices.
Office 365 is free for developers and works with Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, Microsoft Azure, Google Apps, and Windows Store.
Use Office 365 with your Chromebook to share documents, files, and calendars.
Learn more about Office 365.
Microsoft OneDrive for Developers With Office 365, you get the power of cloud collaboration, but without the limits.
Office 365 offers collaboration capabilities that include shared files, calendar, notes, and more.
Learn more about OneDrive.
Microsoft Teams for Developers Teams is a platform for collaboration for businesses.
Learn how to set up Teams for your business with Microsoft Teams here: Teams.comMicrosoft SharePoint for Developers SharePoint is a productivity suite for Microsoft Office 365 that lets users collaborate on shared documents, spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations.
Microsoft Teams is free, but you need a Microsoft account to use Microsoft SharePoint.
To learn how, visit our SharePoint articles for developers.
Microsoft Outlook for Developers Outlook is a cloud-based email client for users across all devices.
Learn what Outlook does for you with this Microsoft Office app for Chromebooks here: Outlook.com Microsoft Teams for developers can also be used on the Chromebook.
Microsoft Edge for Developers A web browser for developers that lets them interact with content across multiple platforms.
Learn about Microsoft Edge and how to connect to other Microsoft products.
Learn how to join Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft Word and OneNoteFor developers who are interested in using Office for Word, Excel, or PowerPoint, see this article.
If a Chromebook is not connected to the Internet, you may need to use an Internet connection to access these applications.
How to get your Chromebook connected to Wi-Fi: Use a Chromebook as a Wi-FI hotspot.
Get your Chromebook set up to connect.
If you don’t have a Chromebook, you’ll need to get a free one from a company.
Learn when and how you can connect your Chromebook.
Google Drive for DevelopersGoogle Drive is a file-sharing service for users of all types.
Google Drive works with many cloud storage services.
The Chromebook should be set up for access to the cloud.
Learn the basics of accessing Google Drive and how it works on Chromebooks.
Learn about how Google Drive connects with Chrome.
Google Chrome for Developers Chrome is a web-based browser that lets anyone browse the web on their Chromebook.
For developers using Chrome, see Chromebooks for developers Learn about the Chrome browser and the apps and tools that you can access using it.
Google Chrome OS for Developers The Chromebook is the most important device for developing and deploying Chrome OS.
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